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Social capital

Social capital relates to human well-being on a social level, human capital on the individual. It consists of the social networks that support an efficient, society and facilitate social and intellectual interactions among its members.

Social change

Social change is a term used to describe a social transformation over time. A product of human beings’ continuing attempts to realise their innate rationality in the context of a social-ecological life world that both enables and constrains.

Social Responsibility Movement

Social Responsibility Movement. Participants of the Social responsibility movement urge the graphic-design community to confront the adverse societal and environmental consequences of our rampant consumer culture. In 1964 created and published Ken Garland, a manifesto named “First Things First.”

Social Sustainability

Social sustainability includes human rights, labour rights, and internal corporate governance. It is the idea that future generations should have the same or greater access to social resources as the current generation and that this access should be equal.


Socialism is a term used in a political and economic system, which the people control both the government and significant elements of the economy, such as owning (or tightly regulating) factories.

Soil Carbon

Soil Carbon is a significant component of the terrestrial biosphere pool in the carbon cycle. The amount of carbon in the soil is a function of the historical vegetative cover and productivity, which in turn is dependent in part upon climatic variables.